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MlVl CACT eitSSOWAM, FEDUSTON, ORISON, MCNDAV EVfiNINO, SEPTEMBER 20, 1021.
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EOtrtXCIS AKK DOl-KMMZICD
flsturdsy was the weoillmr dav for
r'thr Umatilla county maids, the cere-
monies brine performed at the lVeshy
? trl msnsewlih Heverend George U
MRS. VIXCBNT CHOSETM 1 GUESTS DEPART.,
Mrs. Fred Vincent, of Portland, who Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Gordon Patterson,
la known her and who la tho dauah- who hnvo 'been In Pendleton nn the
ter-tn-law of Ir. and Mrs. F. V. vln-'Riiests of Colonel Charles Wellinitton
cent of this city, has been appointed I Furlong, left at daybreak yesterday
chairman of the Rosoway committee ImorntnR for Portland, Colonel Furlong
v,' ' ... -.. K ' of the Women's Advertising- club. The .accompanying them as far as Hermis-
Mtss Nellie Evelyn Dillon became - ,,, . w , , xt ........,
lh 1rMe ot Allen Jl. Wheeler, of Wat
It Walla, at a 10 o'clock ceremony.
The ruests were Mr. and Mr. John T.
; ;fItion, parents of the bride, and Mrs.
Leila Whaler, mother of Mr. Whocl
; r. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler will make
Ihslr home near Walla Walla.
At an .rty morning ceremony. Miss
: 'Jlabel Oewner, of this city, and Kdpar
.'Allen Taylor, of Takima. were united
in marriage. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Crow
Tier," parents of the bride, Mrs. W. U
, Tod9 and son Dallas, were the only
. (ueata present. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
will make their home In Sunnyside,
; Th murriage of Miss Eleanor Mil-j-drtd
Morgan of Frcewnter, and Fred
J Higgle of that city took place on
AUurday morning. Mr. and Mrs. S.
i Parlett of Freewater were guesm. Mr.
and Mrs. Riggie will reside near Walla
Walla on Mr. Higgles farm.
; (1CR8T8 IX PENDLETON
' Min Rose Kilkenny and Miss Vara
Kilkenny of HePpner hare been In the f
City th guests of Miss Mamie Vey and
Otis Anna Vey. Miss TUnts Milkenney
rtiirnd home today accompanied by
! Uim Anna Vey who will visit In Hcpp
' r. Mlm Vara Kilkenny will remain
In Pendleton and has entered
week of October IS has been set aside ton. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson will sail
for the planting ot roses along what tomorrow n'ght on the steamship
is now Suruly boulevard, two blocks of
which have been contracted for and
will ba taken care of by members of
the Women's Advertising club.
WILL HOLD MEETIXQ
The newly organised music deparN
ment of the Women's Club will hold
their first meeting in the club rooms
of the library-, Monday. October J at
S:S0 p. m. Mrs. E. A. Woodyard will
be the leader and the subject will be
Music Efforts in America to 1825."
All Interested although not members
Brush to Poston, via the Panama ca
nnl and Carribean sea. They enjoyed
their visit Immensely and speak praise
for the hospitality of Pendleton peo
ple to Eastern visitors.
TAKE OVERLAND TIUP.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. A. Lonergan and
family -will leave In the moralng for
Oakland, California, where they ex
pect to visit for about three weeks. At
Oakland they will be the guests of a
sister- of Mrs. Lonergan, and her par
ents will be visited at Downlevtlle,
or me department, are invited to wis Calif. Thev also evoert t.. to n.n
first meeting to become acquainted Iv.vnda. before, returning n p.nril.
with the purposes and alms of the de- ton, Miss Svlvla tonerimn will not
COLOXET., FTRLOXG TO LECTURE
FVr Friday night is scheduled at the
library auditorium a lecture by Colon
el Charles Wellington Furlong, F. R.
O. a His theme will'be "Rrasil, the
Land of the Southern Cross." and the
lecture will be under the auspices or
the Pendleton Women's Club.
VISITORS IN PEXDLETOX.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chauvet of
Sacramento, are visiting Pendleton
St. friends. Mr. Chauvet was formerly in
the stock business here.
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
That Denote the Sea
. .son's Trend.
Presenting the newer
modes of the moment
in Suits, Coats and
All moderately priced.
make the trip with her parents. She
Is a student at St. Joseph's Academy.
Ralph Sumner Mallory and Miss
Elsie Stone were united in marriage
Saturday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter S. May ton, CIO Cal
vin street. Rev. W. A. Gressman,
pastor of the Christian church offi
ciated, using the double ring cere
mony. The young couple will reside
in Portland, where Mr. 'Mallory is a
Western Union telegraph operator.
Mrs. Mallory is a sister of Mrs. May
ton. MISS CLARK WEDS.
Miss Hasel Clark of this city and
Frank O. Swaggart, of Lena, Oregon,
wore united In marriage on Friday
evening at the Christian parsonage.
: AFTER THE ROUND-UP
EXTRA SPECIAL '
SET OF FOUR EXTRA HEAVY GtASS
MIXING BOWLS WHILE THEY LAST
PER SET 99c '
' ' i ' .
Our Fine Apple Display for sale. Let us have
your orders for real Quality Fruit.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phonei 23 Only 1 Quality the Bait
with Rev. W. A. Greshman. pastor of wiu be advertising manager for
the Christian church officiating. Mr.
and Mrs. Swaggart will reside at Lena,
where Mr. Swaggart Is In the Ltock
GIRLS' FRIEN'DLT TO MEET.
Tho Girls' Friendly Society. Junior
division, will meet tomorrow afternoon
at 4:15 in Parish Hall. Girls from
five to twelve years of age are eligible
to membership in the organisation.
RETURN TO PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Price and chil
dren of Portland, who have been in
the city guests at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. Geo. L. Clark, have return
ed to their home In Portland.
DAUGHTER 18 BORN
Mr. and Mrs. John Crow are the
parents of an eight pound daughter
born on Friday. The new arrival has
been named Doris Norma. Mrs. Crow
was formerly Miss Mildred Bowman.
EIGHT YEARS OF SENATORIAL
INVESTIGATION FAILS TO END
WEST VIRGINIA MINE TROUBLES
: a 4- '
Committee Spent Almost Whole
Year of 1913 in Probing War
Between Men and Operators
LEAVING FOR BAKER. '
; Pendleton friends, of Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Farley are regretting that they
will leave October 1 for Baker, where
they will make their home. Mr. Far-
the Baker Herald, of which George
Huntington Curry, Mrs. Farley's bro
ther, Is editor.
POPULAR GARMENT SHOP
PICTURE IS SHOWN.
Testerday's Oregon Journal con
tained an attractive portrait of Mrs.
Henry Clay Judd (Vera Temple) and
her attendants. Miss Katherine
Thompson, Miss Esther Shea, Miss
Thelma Thompson and little
Evelyn Crest well.
v THIS WEEK ONLY;
TUBE KLENZO DENTAL CREME
and 50c Tooth Brush
BOTH FOR 50c.
THE PEttDLETOH DRUG CO.
The Rexall Store
LEAVE FOR LA GRANDE
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butler and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Fagan, of Portland,
Pendleton visitors during the Round
Up, motored to La Grande yesterday.
They left for Portland today.
LEAVE FOR HOME. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lntouretle, who
Were Pendletdn visitors during the
Rourid-Up, have returned to their
home in Portland. They made the
trip here by motor.
MRS. ATRES RECOVERING.
Mrs. R. W. Ayres, who has been In
St. Anthony's hospital for almost
month, is convalescing. She Is now at
the home of her mother, Mrs. C. M.
RETURNS FROM ALBANY.
Mrs. Fred Donert and little dau
ghter Patricia returned yesterday af
ter a visit In Albany with Mrs. Don
'.: . Do you kno' this is an opportunity you can't afford to
miss? We are going to sell out the rest of our 45 pound
Cotton Mattresses for the price of the tick alone, regard
less of cotton advancing.
45-pound Cotton Mattresses, f. o, b. store $S.S0
45-pound Cotton Mattresses delivered ...$8.00
For out f town customers we wrap and deliver to depot
' for' - $6.00
Yours for Service
Riley 8z Kemp
W. C. T. U. TO MEET.
The Women's Christian Temper.
ance Union will meet tomorrow after
noon at 2:30 In the county library
CLUB TO MEET
The Busy Bee Club will meet on
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
O. G. Bissinger, 415 Water Street.
GUEST IN PENDLETON.
Mrs. "George Bernie of La Grande
was a Pendleton visitor auring tne
BY J. BART CAMPBELL.
International News Servi.ce Staff
WASHINGTON, Sept 2. What Is
the matter with Vcst. Virginia?
fhc question Is one a special senate
Miss investigating committee, is wrestling
with. It husn t found an answer yet.
NEW FALL APPAREL'i
v 'f V
:. Introducing new, style-themes
s4t -t f " J An 5 J 1 i 4- r '
" Stunning and smart as can be,
developed in the most favored--;
1 , fabrics.
, Priced Most Reasonably
I Ever since trouble started In the
RETURNS TO HOME. Kanawha valley coal fields as fur back
Mrs. Emmett Butcher, who has the spring of llS-more than nine
been a guest In Pendleton during the eura )n uu"
Uound-Up. returne.1 today ' to her J P every tresn recurrence ot
home In Astoria. She will visit in
yon In seeking to develop a solutlon'of
the situation which hus kept the Wcwt
Virginia coal fields In a condition of
civil war for more than n'.ne years and
necessitated lately the Intervention of
federal, armed troop when the gover
nor of the state confessed the state
government was helpless. it .
Caraway's comment was made while
D. C. Keimedy, a hard-f sled Scotch
American, formerly president, of the
West Virginia local of the United
Mine Workers and now secretary of
the Kanawha Coal Operators' Associa
tion, was testifying.
Kennedy did not explain how ho
had switched from the miners' organ
ization to a compnny of operators, but
he showed his long familiarity with
the Pulnt Creek and Cabin Creek
mines which had been the center of
another senatorial Investigation yeurs
Arlington en route.
CLUB TO MEET.
The Research Club will meet tomor
row afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Fred Lleuallen, -with Mrs. Lleuallen
arid Mrs. M. E. Edmonds as hostesses.
violence and sudden death
A senate committee spent a largo
part of 1913 conducting what wus
known as the Pulnt Creek and Cabin
Creek Investigation. A member of
that committee was Senator William
B. Kenyon, republican of Iowa, who Is
chairman of the present committee.
In a renort he made to the senate
LEAVE FOR COLLEGE. in January 1914, Kenyon pointed out
Miss Helen Thompson and Miss Ith1' he had Bsked B'hop P. J. Dona-
; .V.. ;l H
"I do not think I have,''
"Rut where does congrCBS come' In"!
on the great third party to all tliwtwt1
troubles," Kenyon persisted," '! "the 1
public?' .it;: a
"Thnt Is a big question." Kennedy
parried. ; lH
"Thut Is why I am askl:i? yo1Ttho-f
question," Kenyon replied., ' It to ;the,,.f
one thing thut has not been i.nswcrudi,. i
"The forces on tho one s.de ..;. "f
'We have a riKht to organize. ''-Ken- f
nedy said. "The other side says: "You
haven't a right to organize,' and th'tt
.'s where you get your conflict,' yoUr1
question of where the rights of one be-'
gin and tho rights of the other "(6p7
Kenyon shook Ills head sadly i::
I "Years ago, when we Investigated
.the Paint Creek and Cabin C'rcefc die-
orders, the Name intention remained j
unanswered,' ho said. " H . 'I' i
And his report to the senate m'Jah'-4-i
nary. 1914, was recalled: "
"Tho basic cause is tho privute i-
unions will not permit men to work ownership of great puhl.'o necetullies,' f
who do not belong to the unions" such as coal: this coupled wiln til" 1
Kenyon Inciulred of him, ''and as a re- man greed, Incident to suoh owner."
isult the country's coal supply is dl- ship, has brought about the deplorable
and un-Anierlcun conditions in t!,u
And he had no remedy to offer for
the killings nnd conflicts as prevalent
In 1913 and 1921.
"If the operators will not employ
men that belong to tho unions nnd the
Thelma Thompson left yesterday for
Seattle to resume their studies at Uni
versity of Washington.
LEAVES FOR PORTLAND.
TMrs. Donald Robinson deptffted 't'o"
day fo'r Portland for a short visit with
Her mother, Mrs. Nellie Gates Will
iams. GUEST AT BOWMAN HOME.
Sir. and Mrs. W. 8. Bowman hnve
as their guests Mrs. John Ferguson of
VISITORS IN CITY. '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cronin of Wal
la Walla, are visitora Jn Pendleton.
WF.RF. NF.VKR KSTRANGKI.
NEW YORK, Sept. 2. (U. P.)
Friends of Mrs. Fifi Potter 8tillman,
and her daughter Miss Anne Stillman,
met the reports that the two women
have been reconciled today with the
statement that they had never been
estranged. Miss Stillman remained
friendly with both her father and
mother during the entire divorce pro
ceedings, accordin gto friend's admis
CATTLK MAIlKfrr IS WKAK.
PORTLAND, Sept. 26. (A. P.)
Cattle are weak. 25 ' cents lower.
Choice steers $5.60 to $6; hogs are 35
cents higher, prime light $11 to $11.5
Sheep are slowfl eggs are firm and
butter Is steady. . '
hue, a Catholic prelate familiar with
the turbulence of tho West Virginia
mines and wooded hills, what wus the
' He answered that the causes were
doep rooted and very obscure to a
man unless he thinks, and thinks, and
thinks, and traces the roots down into
the primary causes," Kenyon stated.
He quoted the bishop as saying: "I
should say if I were asked to put it
very orieny mat it is nunian greea on
In commenting at the time on the
bishop's statement, Kenyon wrote:
"It Is difficult to realize how there
can be much human greed on the side
of a man who is supporting a family
and working day by day In the mines
at ordinary Jiving wages, but there Is
greed on the part of the owners of the
property, and there always Will be
More than seven years after Ken
yon so quoted Bishop Donahue Sena
tor Caraway, democrat, of Arkansas,
sat listening to testimony given recent
ly before the present senate commit
tee at Washington.
Had No Remedy to Offer.
"I am inclined to think that there Is
a good deal of responsibility on both
sides for the troubles they have been
having down there In West Virginia."
"It appears to me that the fault lies
with both Bides," said Senator McKcI
Iar, democrat, of Tennessee.
Several senators joined with Ken-
mlnlshed, where does the great third
party, the public, come In?"
"That Is up to them to solve," re
Kenyon bent forward as though not
sure that he had heard the witness
"It Js up o the public to .solve;?"
"Yes." Kennedy answered. , -"And
you have no solution to offer?"'
West Virginia cold fields.'
i Fifty Aitninvt Two. It Is not rca-.
sonahln to expect two weeks of oudnr
to overcome the efforts of .fifty weeks
of confinement. T:ike Hood's VaVsli"
barilla along with you. It rcfTeshW;
the blood. Improves the appetite,
makes Bleep easy and restful.: : , - ':'
A NEW SHOW ON THE ROAD.
The Arrival of the
Just received a
large, complete, new,
and clean shipment
of Comforters and
With this bedding
arrived also a, , targe : ., . ;
shipment of View furniture and all was . placed on our'
jn-eat Round-Up Sale. When you think of Furniture and'
Bedding av the most favorable prices, come to ' .,'
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